Noein - To Your Other Self

Season 1 Episode 8

Secrets

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Aired Unknown Nov 29, 2005 on Syfy
8.6
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Haruka returns to her present timespace and invites Karasu to live with her after he unplugged his pipeline. Though little did she expect she'd get involved with Yuu's relationship problems with his mother.

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  • It could be a great drama even without all this stuff about time traveling and supernatural powers.

    8.7
    Karasu is holding Haruka in his hands back in her timespace. Her friends were all relieved after Yuu gave them the heads up she was safe. Karasu unplugs his pipeline, making it hard for the heads at La'cryma to continue pursuing him. Haruka had no choice but to house Karasu within her house, hiding him in the room hybrid of a closet.



    Yuu comes home, but his mother is there waiting for him on his bed. They get in a fight, and Yuu decides to sleep at the park. He decides to visit Haruka in order to relax. The two little kids start flirting, but are visited by Yuu's mother. She forcefully enters the house, and finds out that Yuu is there.



    I really like how the pattern of this series alternates between the La'cryma situation, and the real life problems. It adds a bit of refreshment to this anime, somehow, and it's just plain great. The drama is just excellent, and there's nothing else that can be said more about it. The build up and execution, and how the episode concluded. You have a feeling that this situation will become a vital one in the future episodes of this anime.



    The story in general really didn't progress much, except for the story between Yuu's mother, which isn't bad itself. After being teased with the little information revealed in this episode about her, you just want to find out about everything else that has happened.moreless

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